2 edition of Commission on higher education 1960-67. found in the catalog.
A composite index to this volume (Volume 1) and Volume 2 of the report appears in Volume 2.
|Statement||The Stationery Office|
|Publishers||The Stationery Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
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I would agree with him wholeheartedly and particularly with his argument that the fact that the activities of the Academy extend over the whole of Ireland is relevant at the present time.
When I refer to "the Minister" I mean any Minister for Education, and if I wish to refer to this particular Minister I shall do so. Indeed, they should be inevitable.
In other words, they say in paragraph 12, that the nature of the course should be considered in such a way and that the degree should be conferred. " Paragraph c reads: he shall not be entitled to reckon the whole or any part of that period. The Liberal and the Technical in Teacher Education: A Historical Survey of American Thought New York: Teachers College, Bureau of Publications, 1956.
Where does the fault lie? Can a situation be visualised in regard to a committee of 12 or 14 people, even though one fellow is a complete dope, where a majority of that committee will bother meeting and saying: "We had better eject him and remove him from the committee because he is no use to us whatsoever. If it is the intention of the present Minister, Deputy Faulkner, to proceed along the lines of, or to vary, the late Deputy O'Malley's suggestions, I Commission on higher education 1960-67.
this intention should be communicated in proper detail. It should be in the hands Commission on higher education 1960-67. the Minister, if he is to have any respect for the advice given him, to be able to remove a person whose advice he cannot possibly see his way to accepting, either because it is not objective, or because it is constantly unreasonable, or because the man himself is unbalanced. I should much prefer to see the student get his subject thoroughly in a language which was clearly understood and comprehended not only by himself, but by the person who was lecturing to him.
The Development of Industrial Society in Ireland Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994pp. However, if and when it is apt to interfere with what is the primary purpose of the students attending a lecture, to become conversant with the subject of that lecture, then one would have to be careful. He was still at Tenbury in 1904. Department of Education 1984 Department of Education Report of the Committee on Inservice Education Dublin, Stationary Office, 1984. There must be areas of excellence in some of our universities where certain things could be centralised and developed to a peak of excellence that would be difficult to emulate elsewhere.
By this I mean that a student who finds himself at the proposed Limerick college should not be precluded from eventual or ultimate transfer to another institution of higher education.
An Expanded Source Book: Qualitative Data Analysis. That is all I wish to say at the moment.
There is also a great deal of general comment about generation gaps and the failure of the student to understand the management point of view.